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to outsourced maintenance work as the reason for the problem. david campbell with american airlines says crews are getting to the bottom of it. >> guys who work every single day, engineers, tech crew chiefs, who have gone in, they believe -- they've determined what they believe is the -- is a potential failure, but beyond the failure, we're focusing our attention on making sure they're properly installed. >> reporter: it prompted an inspection on nearly half of american airlines' 757s, seats were first pulled out and reinstalled in a plan to give passengers more leg room. 36 planes have been inspected, with 11 yet to be inspected. they discovered a total of six planes with the same problem. campbell dismissed the idea that the loose seats could somehow be linked to the ongoing labor dispute. >> i have a difficult time believing that it was -- that it's actually because -- i just don't believe it is. >> reporter: as american airlines promises to fix the problem, many passengers we spoke with say that while the issue with loose seats is troubling, it doesn't necessarily shake their confidence in
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